If you are a high computer user (more than 50% of the day spent sitting at the computer), then you want to look for a chair with a deep enough seat (3 fingers depth between front of chair and back of your leg), a high back, and seat and back angle adjustment.
Even though they might all look reasonably similar, when it comes to chairs, there is no ‘one size fits all.
To help you make an informed decision here are some of the chairs we recommend. For a closer look at the detail, please click on each image.
Buro Aura Ergo chair
This chair allows for users with different leg lengths to use the same chair and adjust for their own comfort.
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Spectrum 3 chair
For people wanting more lumbar support, we recommend the Spectrum 3 chair, and to use it in the forward tilt position
Arena 3.5 chair
We recommend this chair for taller and larger people. This has a seat base which is 510mm by 510mm.
Metro 24/7 chair
This is a mesh back chair, and one of the few on the market which has back angle adjustability. Most mesh back chairs have a ‘synchro tilt’ mechanism so that they move back and forwards with the user’s weight. Adjustability of the back angle is helpful for anyone needing more lumbar support.
This is a chair for people who lean forwards in their work eg. dentists, vets, podiatrists, surgeons, beauty therapists. These jobs all involve sustained leaning forwards with resulting low back pain. A seat which allows for more pelvic rotation forwards will help with maintaining better spinal alignment.
This chair has synchro tilt mechanisms and come with chair arms. The seat slides allow the chair depth to adjust from 460mm to 500mm.